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oner's jury that loan sharks were re
sponsible for suicide of her husband,
Carlton Holmes, 22, who shot him
Joe Bonkoski, 8, 1017 W. 47th St.,
who fell into sheep run at stockyards
. J. R. Moorehead, sec'y of National
Federation of Retail Merchants, Lex
ington, Mo., attacked department
stores at convention of jewelers.
John O'Donnell, city fireman, who
shot and. killed Philip Sullivan, sa
loonkeeper, 1637 W. 35th St., held to
grand jury by coroner's jury.
Four runaway boys from other
towns taken into custody by Juvenile
Col. Harbey C. Carbaugh appoint
ed supt. of employment by South
Thomas P. Lyle shot and killed
himself in front of Skeele Bros.' un
dertaking shops, 5129 S. State St.,
after writing note to one of owners.
Conductor L. J. Menard, Million
aire's Special, Chicago & Northwest
ern, narrowly escaped death when he
fell to station platform barely miss
ing train wheels.
Police arrested two Chinamen
found in box car that had just come
in from Canada. Turned over to fed
Chicago Athletic Club succeeded in
having Earl Martin, 18, taxicab driv
er, arrested because he preached gos
pel of unionism.
Mrs. Rose Youngren Fowler, who
was married to Richard Fowler, chief
clerk, Illinois Central road, on July
17, wants divorce.
Coroner Hoffman will demand that
railroads protect their grade cross
ings. Samuel Miller, Hammond, Ind., ar
rested for swindling his fiancee, Vir
ginia Stager, 8480 Commercial av.,
out of $25, told Judge he'd rather
pay than marry her. Case continued.
Arbitration of differences between
employes and officials of the C, B.
& Q. road will begin about Oct, 1,
Mayor Harrison has decided we
must get rid of our straw lids on
Sept. 1. Won't grant extension of
Louts Swanson, Clifton, III., sus
pected in connection with Benny Hoi---stein
murder, was questioned by po
lice, but shed no light on mystery.
Anthony Coller, Iowa, lost $800
playing cards in saloon at 1616 Tay
William Helferty, laborer, 1116 W.
Adams St., held up and robbed of $1
and watch by three men near his
Thomas Burns, 50, 2947 W. Lake
st, died on way to hospital after be
ing knocked out during fight with
Michael Mungorvan, 53 1613 Carroll
av. Later arrested.
United Charities now comes forth
and suggests that the city take a
census of all its beggars.
Policeman Julius Lawrence, Raw
son street station, badly beaten by
three men in hallway at 1824 Cort
land St., where he was detailed at
Fire attacked building at north
west corner of North and Crawford
avs. Tenants routed. Several thou
sand dollars' damage.
Joseph Fousek, 2307 W. 18th pi.,
ieaped into Yellowstone river, near
Rea, Mont, from Northern Pacific
train, according to telegram receiv
Norman Acres, stationary fireman,
1536 S. Kedzie av., held up and rob
bed of $25, gold watch and diamond
pin by three young men at Robey
and 12th sts.
Michael Kruse brought before
Judge Sabath on charge of stealing
golf balls fined $15 and costs when
judge discovered they were his golf
balls that Kruse had stolen.
Saturday, August 31, Milk Drivers'
Union, Local 753, will hold their sev
enth annual picnic at Dellwood Park.
The boulevard link ordinance is
expected to be taken up at the next
special meeting of the city council
to be called next week.